Ppa 403 week 5 final paper

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  1. 1. Click this link Now for Complete Coursehttps://bitly.com/1oIyHKeThis file PPA 403 Week 5 Final Paper has answers on thesetasks:1. Offer a brief summary/historical overview of thecircumstances in the case, the stakeholders, and theoutcome sought by the plaintiff.Q2. Explain how the case qualified for judicial review inregards to the ripeness, standing, exhaustion ofadministrative remedies, and primary jurisdiction, as theyapply.Q-3 Analyze the caseBusiness - General BusinessFinal PaperSelect a U.S. Supreme Court case from the list below andread the full case involved as well as other supportingdocuments (see also the notes below on how to access caseinformation through the AU online library).Focus of the Final PaperPlease examine one of the cases from this list for your paper:* Goldberg v. Kelly (1970)* Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. (1984)* Massachusetts v. EPA (2007)* Wyman v. James (1971)* Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Corp. v. Natural ResourcesDefense Council (1978)* Kelo v. City of New London (2005)
  2. 2. To locate the full Supreme Court opinion and additionalbackground information on the cases, visit the Westlawdatabase available through Ashfords online library. Once theWestlaw database webpage opens, select the Law tab andon the far left, second box down, you may search for cases bytitle.Prepare an eight to ten page paper that addresses thefollowing points:1. Offer a brief summary/historical overview of thecircumstances in the case, the stakeholders, and theoutcome sought by the plaintiff.2. Explain how the case qualified for judicial review in regardsto the ripeness, standing, exhaustion of administrativeremedies, and primary jurisdiction, as they apply.3. Analyze the cases outcome. In your analysis, be sure toaddress the administrative action that took place in the case(if available), whether or not the court succeeded or failed inreducing arbitrariness, and the implications for futureadministrative actions (precedence).If possible try to live for your first year in campus housing. Bytaking advantage of room and board you can give yourselfmore of a chance to focus on getting accustomed to thecampus and community. Then in following years you willhave a better idea of where you might prefer to live on yourown....https://bitly.com/1oIyHKe